Where does it visit?
You can start and finish at any pub on route, so it’s up to which pubs you choose to visit, what time you start and finish, where to meet your friends.
Queen’s Royal, New Brighton – Recent winner of Wirral CAMRA Pub of the Season 2018, The Stage Door Tap at the Queens Royal always has 6 Real Ales on usually from local breweries. With superb views over Liverpool Bay in the enclosed beer garden.
Cheshire Cheese, Wallasey – Known for its Gin Garden, the Cheshire Cheese also has some cracking Real Ale found at the bar!
Coach and Horses, Greasby – dating back nearly 300 years. Formerly a farmhouse where ale was brewed and sold from 1725, it became a pub in the 1820s. This traditional pub serves local ales alongside old favourites.
Irby Mill, Irby – originally the house of the miller of the mill on the site and opened as a pub in 1982. The traditional features make you feel you’ve gone back in time. This little pub serves great food and a good selection of real ales, you’re sure to find a new favourite.
The Anchor Inn, Irby – A great village pub serving up tasty local ales, top-notch food alongside live music in stylish surroundings.
Harvest Mouse, Heswall – If you have not visited the Harvest Mouse before you will find a Windmill and not a mouse that greets you on arrival. It’s a modern traditional style pub that serves 4 Real Ales.
Devon Doorway, Heswall – This postcard-pretty pub has a wooden frame and a thatched roof and well as beautiful ales.
Rose and Crown, Bebington – a former coaching inn built in 1732 although a pub has been on this site since 1561! The pub reopened in April 2018 under new management, serving up to 4 Real Ales
Gallagher’s, Birkenhead – unique pub where great ale and a military memorabilia are put together in an unusual but successful mix. You can always find a good pint in here!
The Stork Hotel, Birkenhead – recently under management, and now serves food as well as Real Ale. Built in 1840, this highly ornate pub has a wonderful mosaic floor, etched glass and carved wood in the art nouveau style. It retains many original wall fittings plus a circular bar with leaded stained glass.